Kutztown (Pennsylvania German: Kutzeschteddel) is a borough in Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located 18 miles (29 km) southwest of Allentown and 17 miles (27 km) northeast of Reading. As of the 2010 census, the borough had a population of 5,012. Kutztown University of Pennsylvania is located just outside the borough limits to the southwest. == History == George (Coots) Kutz purchased 130 acres (53 ha) of land that became Kutztown on June 16, 1755, from Peter Wentz who owned much of what is now Maxatawny Township.
Neighborhoods in Kutztown, Pennsylvania
Alburtis, Alton Park, Ancient Oaks, Basin Street Hotel - Restaurant & Pub, Breinigsville, Camillos Italian Restaurant, Pizzeria & Bar, College Heights, Hamburg, Hamilton Walk by D.R. Horton, Hampton Inn & Suites Kutztown, Hancock, Highland Estates, Krocksville, Kutztown Area High School, Kutztown Area Historical Society
Kutztown Tourism Government Office
Things to do in Kutztown, PA
Kutztown is a small city with plenty of charm and attractions to explore. There are many things to do in Kutztown, from amazing tourist attractions to thrilling activities. Take a tour of the city and learn what makes it tick, or take part in some of the fun activities available such as five fun activities in Kutztown. Visitors can book tickets online to top attractions in minutes. Many activities are also available for cancellation free of charge, making it simple and convenient to plan their trip.
45 Railroad StreetKutztown Pennsylvania 19530United States
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